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Culture Assessment and Compliance for Disability Inclusion

  • January 28, 2016
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • KPMG 1801 K Street NW Washington, DC 20036


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Please join us for a lively discussion on why and how companies should assess their current cultures pertaining to disabilities. This workshop will focus on assessing an organization’s culture and the level of compliance for disability inclusion. We will spend time discussing different types of culture assessments, the organizational dimensions, and how to identify the behavior changes that need to take place to meet your compliance requirements from a disability view.  

Additionally, we will hear from the National Organization on Disability (NOD)  that offers a free employer assessment, "The Tracker" to enable employers to chart their disability inclusion progress. NOD President Carol Glazer recently announced a new effort to formally recognize companies that demonstrate exemplary hiring and employment practices for people with disabilities. Called the Disability Employer Seal of Approval, this public, annual recognition is designed not only to applaud those companies who are leading the way in disability hiring, but also to encourage others to consider the many benefits of making an inclusive workforce a priority.  


  • Dan Sullivan, Manager

  • Jennifer Sharp, Manager

             KPMG Advisory, People Change Solutions 

  • Howard Green, Deputy Director
  • Andy Traub, Managing Director

       Professional Services, National Organization on Disability

  • Mirelle A. King, Sr. Manager, EOP Compliance

                        Culture, Diversity & Equal Opportunity Programs

                        Lockheed Martin Corporation



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